Today’s IT infrastructure is a complex, multi-layered entity that takes many forms. On the edge in a container. A data room within a building. A cage in a colocation facility. A virtually managed infrastructure by a cloud provider like Microsoft Azure. Or a combination of all of them–and with
What does the future of the data center look like? If your answer is “dead”, you would be wrong. The data center you know today is evolving rapidly. It is fast-forwarding towards becoming a fully autonomous organism, one that is maintained by robotics and drone technology controlled by AI.
As you might have noticed, Tuangru has changed its name and logo to Hyperview. Our business has undergone a significant transformation in the past few years and our brand name needed to reflect this. Our mission is to make critical infrastructure think. Our goal is to re-invent data center
Improperly managed hybrid IT environments including on premises and cloud can result in major security gaps. These can leave networks vulnerable to security breaches, data loss, intellectual property theft, and a host of regulatory compliance issues.The challenge, then, is to ensure organizations enable a hybrid IT infrastructure to improve
The hybrid IT environment is here to stay. But many enterprises still haven’t been able to grasp the essential benefits of uniting a mix of workloads that live on premises, in the cloud, on the edge, and/or in colocation. Whether you’re eager to extend your data center into the
CIOs are coming to one inescapable conclusion: matching application workloads to the most suitable IT infrastructure can dramatically boost cost-effectiveness and efficiency. Keeping compliant, sensitive data on premises while moving other workloads to the cloud is just one example. And to better serve IoT devices, it makes sense to